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An education system that inspires indifference

If we believe in the Education Ministry, the school system is a breeding ground for diversity, inclusion, excellence and radical thinkers. Students are exposed to the finest teachers, modern classrooms, and a conducive learning environment free of bullying, peer pressure and falling academic standards. No matter

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Campaigning to save Akamas

Environmentalists are not ‘buying’ official promises that a local development plan will not threaten Akamas, the island’s nature reserve, home to unique

Corporate Sustainability is not a trend

It is a fact that until quite recently, managing and executive directors believed that Corporate Sustainability/ESG matters, and the Corporate Sustainability Responsibility at large, were more of a trend than the core basis on which businesses now operate. It is

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Kiosks reject cashback scheme

While the cashback programme at retail stores is gaining ground in Cyprus, kiosk owners refuse to participate in the scheme, claiming that

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Pushback to VAT change on home buys

MPs are undecided on whether to pass a European Union directive reducing the size of homes entitled to lower 5% VAT or face hefty financial penalties, while the construction industry wants authorities

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Corporate Sustainability is not a trend

It is a fact that until quite recently, managing and executive directors believed that Corporate Sustainability/ESG matters, and the Corporate Sustainability Responsibility

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EuroAsia link ‘more compelling than ever’

Regional energy regulators meeting in Larnaca this week concluded that despite disruptions in the world energy markets, the prospects for the future of Cyprus and the wider eastern Mediterranean are promising. The Cyprus Energy Regulatory Authority (CERA), the energy regulator of Greece

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President seeks to curb energy costs

President Nicos Anastasiades will hold an emergency with ministers and officials from energy authorities in a bid to bring down galloping electricity

A data-heavy end to the week

By Craig Erlam Markets saw choppy trading on Friday, heading into the weekend amid a flurry of economic data from across Europe.

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Passengers embrace Cyprus-Greece ferry route

Passenger ferry M/V Daleela completed its first trip to Piraeus, marking the official launch of the Cyprus-Greece sea link after more than two decades, with authorities pleased with the maiden voyage. Passengers, pets, and vehicles boarded the ferry, with many expressing

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Ayia Napa Marina is a tourism jewel

Ayia Napa Marina is a jewel of the Mediterranean and offers a solution to seasonal tourism in Cyprus, said President Nicos Anastasiades

Campaigning to save Akamas

Environmentalists are not ‘buying’ official promises that a local development plan will not threaten Akamas, the